Get Biz Kidz/ Havok Research/ School Of Argument/ NORTH STAR ZULU

” More O.S.T. Dramatics ”

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*Yes, I know Budy Maglione is two people, but the above photo is so funny that I had to use it…

One of my pet peeves when it comes to Hip Hop production is beats that are laced with FAKE DRAMA….

Hopefully you understand what I’m talking about (second rate spooky sounds, fluffy drum programming, predictable build ups, typical Scarface samples, etc)….If your in the mood for “true to the grain” dramatic frequencies take a listen to my top pick off the CANNIBAL FEROX OST by Budy Maglione…..BLAM,BLAM…

DOWNLOAD….

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ONE WAY STATIC recently re-released the “CF-OST”…..Don’t sleep.

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Umberto Lenzi’s 1981 jungle shocker ‘CANNIBAL FEROX’ AKA ‘MAKE THEM DIE SLOWLY’ composed & performed by Budy Maglione.

BLACK VINYL EDITION Limited #1000 copies. Packaged in a deluxe old school gatefold tip-on jacket with insert. Comes with obi-strip. Has completely different artwork than the limited unrated edition.

Contains four extra bonus tracks not included in the original score.

Comes with extensive and exclusive liner notes from:

ROBERTO DONATI (AKA Budy Maglione) GIOVANNI LOMBARDO RADICE (The House On The Edge Of The Park, City Of The Living Dead, The Church) DANILO MATTEI (Ironmaster, The Sicilian, Mark Of The Scorpion) ROBERT KERMAN (Eaten Alive, Cannibal Holocaust, Debby Does Dallas, Spiderman) & ZORA KEROVA (Anthropophagus, The New York Ripper, The New Barbarians).

TRACK LISTING

01. NYC Main title
02. Cannibal Ferox Theme
03. Killing 2 Parrots
04. Into The Bush
05. Jungle Jive
06. Jaywalkin’ Iguana
07. Piranhas
08. NYC Brass

09. Kettle Of Doom
10. Mike Flips Out
10. NYC Aftermath
11. Man Hunting*
12. Chase*
13. On The Trail*
14. Evil Rising*

* Bonus Tracks

REVIEWS

Like many of the Italian cannibal films, the soundtrack is just as powerful and effective as the disturbing butchery. Cannibal Ferox features a soundtrack that is more 70s cop show than many of its counterparts. The use of funk guitar, bass, rock piano and synthesizer makes for a fun yet still powerful sound. It’s 70s recklessness with an 80s sensibility, perfect for a film that rides the line between two decades. The bulk of the soundtrack was done by Budy-Maglione, a partnership of Roberto Donati and Fiamma Maglione (who also appears in the film). This pair was responsible for collaborating on such films as Eaten Alive (1980) and Daughter of the Jungle (1982)

COP HERE….

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